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Arrow's Stephen Amell recalls the worst scene to film on the DC show

What scene almost took out the arrow?

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When Arrow premiered on The CW back in 2012, it sparked a wave of superhero themed televsion, with hit series like The Flash, Supergirl, and DC's Legends of Tomorrow following after. While the show looked very impressive on screen, achieving the final product wasn't always easy for the cast, and the methods behind the magic of those scenes weren't always conventional.

During an appreance at Seattle's Emerald City Comic Con, Stephen Amell, along with Colton Haynes and Juliana Harkavy, revealed the most challenging scenes to film on the DC show. One scene in particular seemed to stir a reaction from Oliver Queen himself.

"Remember when you had to stand in a vat of oatmeal for like three days?" stated Harkafy. "That was the only time I threw the gauntlet down on set. I was like 'Guys, this is enough," Amell responsed.

You can watch the full video of the cast talking about their experiences below:

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Want more Arrow? You can watch the full Arrow cast reunion panel from Emerald City Comic Con here!